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REAL  Noun
Plural: REALs
  1. Translate "REAL" to Spanish: REAL, clasificación europeo-americana de linfomas revisada, clasificación europeo-americana revisada de linfomas, clasificación europeo-americana revisada del linfoma, clasificación europeoamericana de linfomas revisada, clasificación europeoamericana revisada de linfomas, clasificación europeoamericana revisada del linfoma, clasificación revisada europeo-americana de linfomas, clasificación revisada europeo-americana del linfoma, clasificación revisada europeoamericana de linfomas, clasificación revisada europeoamericana del linfoma
    English Synonyms of "REAL": revised European-American lymphoma classification

real  Adjective
  1. Translate "real" to Spanish: real, auténtico, concreto, conforme a la realidad, del mundo real, verídico, efectivo
    English Synonyms of "real": actual, actually existing, authentic, non-imaginary, of the real world, honest-to-God, honest-to-goodness
    Define meaning of "real": Possible to be treated as fact. ; Having substance or capable of being treated as fact; not imaginary. ; Not synthetic or spurious; of real or natural origin. ; Being or occurring in fact or actuality; having verified existence; not illusory. ; No less than what is stated; worthy of the name.; Founded on practical matters. ; Coinciding with reality.; Being or reflecting the essential or genuine character of something.
  2. Tangible evidence.
    His brief time as Prime Minister brought few real benefits to the poor.
    The substantial world.
    A mere dream, neither substantial nor practical.
    Most ponderous and substantial things.
    Real mink.
    True gold.
    Real objects.
    Real people; not ghosts.
    A film based on real life.
    A real illness.
    Real humility.
    Life is real! Life is earnest!
    The real reason.
    Real war.
    A real friend.
    A real woman.
    Meat and potatoes--I call that a real meal.
    It's time he had a real job.
    It's no penny-ante job--he's making real money.
    A recent graduate experiencing the real world for the first time.
    Perceptual error...has a surprising resemblance to veridical perception.
    Her actual motive.
    A literal solitude like a desert.
    Enuine dilemma.

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  3. Translate "real" to Spanish: legítimo, verdadero
    English Synonyms of "real": legal, authentic, genuine, lawful, legit, legitimate, original
    Define meaning of "real": Not synthetic or spurious; of real or natural origin. ; No less than what is stated; worthy of the name.
  4. Real mink.
    True gold.
    The real reason.
    Real war.
    A real friend.
    A real woman.
    Meat and potatoes--I call that a real meal.
    It's time he had a real job.
    It's no penny-ante job--he's making real money.

  5. Translate "real" to Spanish: propiamente dicho
    English Synonyms of "real": actual, proper
    Define meaning of "real": Presently existing in fact and not merely potential or possible.; Existing in fact whether with lawful authority or not. ; Taking place in reality; not pretended or imitated. ; Of the nature of fact; having actual existence. ; Being or reflecting the essential or genuine character of something.

real  Adverb
  1. Translate "real" to Spanish: realmente, muy, verdaderamente
    English Synonyms of "real": actually, really, truly, authentically, for real, in actuality, ever, quite
    Define meaning of "real": Used as intensifiers; 'real' is sometimes used informally for 'really'; 'rattling' is informal.
  2. She was very gifted.
    He played very well.
    A really enjoyable evening.
    I'm real sorry about it.
    A rattling good yarn.

Conceptually-related expressions of "REAL"
a real bargain
a real beauty
a real disappointment
a real jewel
a real lady
action concerning real estate
aggregate real demand
algorithm of tridimensional graphics so the perspective works both in the virtual and the real world
another's real estate
artificial egg used as a bait to induce hens to lay real ones
artificial environment created by computer that appears and feels like a real environment
assessed valuation of real estate
assignation of an event or person to a time prior to its real time
be a real
be a real artist with
be a real bargain
be a real bastard
be a real bore
be a real burden
be a real character
be a real chatterbox
be a real gentleman
be a real handful
be a real hassle
be a real lady
be a real man
be a real one
be a real pity
be a real shame
be a real thing
be a real woman
be for real
be getting along real well
be in real problems
be in real terms
be in real trouble
be less than the real thing
be no real motive
be no real reason
be of real advantage
be on a real downer
be real
be real nice
be the real thing
become real
betterment levy on real estate
boundary of the real property
census of real estate
charge on real estate
city real estate
construe as a real entity
credit secured by real estate
creditors' privileges concerning real property
depreciable real estate
devise real property
envy and rejection towards the Real Madrid
error in chronological ordering in which something is placed after its real date
events simulated by a computer at the same speed they would occur in real life
exchange dialog lines with other computer users in real time
extractable real power
fan of the Real Betis Balompié
fan of the Real Club Deportivo Español
find out the real reason
for real
from the Real Madrid
get real
have a real feast
he's a real gem
he's in real trouble
I'm in real trouble
imagen of something without real existence
improved real estate
in real life
in real terms
in real time
in the real world
interruption that occurs if a program requests data that are not within the real memory
invest in real estate
investment in real estate
investments in real estate
it is the real thing
it looks too real
it's a real problem
It's for real
jurisdiction in real actions
law of real estate
limit in the size of the programs executed under DOS in real mode
loan secured by real estate
make real
not objective nor real
of the real world
owning real estate
pertaining to real estate
piece of real estate
program that facilitates collaboration in real time
purchase real estate
register of real estate
registry of real estate
relative to the Real Betis Balompié
rent and annuity from real property
residential real property
sale of attached real property
show one's real face
show one's real self
something used to divert attention from the real issue
suit relating to real estate
tax on transfer of real estate
the real issue
the real world
there's going to be real trouble
things real
this is the real McCoy
this is the real reason
too good to be real
transfer of real property
transfer of real resources
transfer of title and possession of real property
treatment of something conceptual as if it were real
type real
unimproved real estate
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unsecured by a notary and by real guarantee
unsecured by a real guarantee
usurp real estate
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